I had an evo for several months before it got stolen. I recently bought a used EVO off of craigslist. The guy who sold it told me it was rooted and me being a noob to rooting I didn't bother to ask which rom/kernel he used. The only thing I know is he mentioned the 'root program' as being "superuser permissions". Anyway with this rooted EVO I notice the wifi range is SHITE compared to what my old EVO with the stock software on it got. I literally have to be within 5 feet of my router to get a decent signal (meanwhile all my other devices/laptops are fine several rooms away). With my old evo, in the same house, with the same router I had much more range. This made me start thinking maybe the root software was making it worse somehow. After doing some searching I found this thread on another forum *it appears I can't link in first post* It seems when the EVO was first released people had very similar problems and these problems were fixed with a software update. This seems to confirm my hunch that whatever he rooted this phone with is castrating my wifi range. So obviously I'm looking to either flash to a better rom or maybe even just go back to the stock software. I've been reading up on how to install roms etc and I'm starting to wrap my head around it. But I wanted to know what my phone is currently running on so I know which rom/kernel or whatever to avoid. Anyone know how to check what exactly this guy rooted/flashed my phone with? Or have any suggestions on a better rom to go with? Or maybe just a way to flash back to normal stock rom?